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At 11:00am New York City Public Advocate Letitia James announces plans to fight gun violence in New York if she is elected state attorney general, Harriet Tubman Memorial, St. Nicholas Avenue and Frederick Douglass Boulevard, Manhattan.

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Proposed Nassau storage law

I have obtained a copy of the proposed Nassau Co. mandatory firearms storage law.

The legislative clerk’s office insisted I file a FOIL before they would give it to me which was absurd.  I was able to get a copy from a legislative aide.

Here it is in PDF format.

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Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul continues to tour schools visiting North Babylon High School and Springfield Gardens Education Campus today and attempting to drum up support for A-11148.

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Kingston Councilman explains resolution

Political hit from Kingston City Council

The Kingston City Council has on the agenda for today a memorializing resolution calling for more gun control.

I’ve seen a bunch of these, mostly from the NYC Clown Council, but this one goes a bit further targeting local legislators (and by that they mean John Faso and George Amedore) requesting they turn down donations and campaign support from all “FOGs” (Firearm Ownership-Advocacy Groups) and return any previously received.  Basically, gun owners should not be allowed to organize and vote on the issue.

Here is a copy of the agenda.

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